The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Zonal Women Leader SoutEast, Barr. Ifeyinwa Morah has joined a former Ambassador, Chief Mrs. Kema in leading another delegation of women from various zones of the country to pay a condolence visit to the family of late Prof. Stella Effah-Attoe. 

Prof. Effah-Attoe, a former Commissioner for Education in Cross River State passed away recently after a brief illness. She was the National Women Leader of the Peoples Democratic Party before her demise. 

Recall that Barr. Morah last week was among the PDP women leaders who led a delegation to the home of the late Prof. Effah-Attoe to commiserate with her bereaved family. 

Those in the delegation included, Chief Mrs Josephine Anenih, Dr Princess Bolanle Ogundiran and several other Zonal Women Leaders from other zones of the country.

They commiserated with the bereaved family and urged them to take heart, saying their late matriarch lived a worthy life, leaving legacies behind for which she would be remembered.

At the Tuesday visit, Barr. Morah and Amb. Chikwe while eulogising the courage and leadership dexterity of the late PDP Women Leader urged the family to take solace in the legacy their late mother left behind. 

Barr. Morah who was among the earliest PDP women leaders to send condolences to the family had wrote, "We are even more pained taking cognizance of the giant roles she played in not only uniting the party but making it a viral opposition to deepen the root of our democratic journey. 

"As a consummate leader and dexterous she always brought to bear her rich background as a professor of African History and Gender Studies in solving seeming knotty issues of governance. 

"We are confident that her legacies in driving the welfare of women in our country will remain an indelible landmark in our historic journey."



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